(Extract of http://localpresshk.com/2014/08/no-sovereignty/
Translated and slightly modified)
... these international organizations, perhaps affected by reports of Richard Tsoi, Ho Hei-wah, Shi Lishan and the like, are often blind-sided when looking at the problem of new immigrants in Hong Kong. They always interpret it as discrimination commonly found in other countries where they are against foreign immigrants or people coming from certain regions; they do not realise that Hong Kong do not hold its own sovereignty, and those who are "discriminated" are really from a country that holds the sovereignty of Hong Kong (in other words they are the foot soldiers of the colonizing empire).
Perhaps because it never happened in history that colonial settlers could have even lower living standards than local inhabitants, these international organizations are unable or unwilling to understand that the so-called "immigration" is simply an act of a massive country colonizing a small city with inferior population.
Even more ridiculously, as the international community could never imagine that a regional autonomous government will take the initiative to suppress their own people to favour outsiders, they could not understand that it is the majority local residents who are the victims of discrimination. As the Hong Kong government does not hold its own sovereignty, it will only cater for the interest of its true sovereign holder (the colonizing China) and its 1.3 billion population, and take the lead in discriminating Hong Kong residents in education, immigration, tourism and other policies and suppress local interests.